Salomon Pulse - 2012


If your wallet has taken a bit of a pounding recently but you’ve just discovered snowboarding and you want to purchase your first snowboard you could do far worse than the Salomon Pulse. The Pulse has a directional twin shape , zero camber profile and a slightly softer than medium flex making it a great choice for those riders who want to learn tricks in the terrain park, race their friends down to the lodge at the end of the day or get up early and make the most of catching edges in deep, deep powder.

Manufacturer's Description:

Most Valuable Player - Put your big bills back in your wallet, the Pulse redefines value and performance. Flat profile, Radial sidecut and a mellow flex in a Directional Twin shape that makes riding more fun each day.

Recommended for park riding.

Recommended for rail riding.

Recommended for freeride riding.

Low cost $

Zero Camber Construction.

Directional Twin Shape.

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):
142, 145, 149, 152, 156, 160, 163

Riding Style: All Mountain


Radial Sidecut
Standard Stone Finish, Critic EB+
BA LD Construction
Extruded Base
Aspen Core
ABS Sidewalls

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